The bruising fight over the narrow confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is not going away. Republicans are gloating, Democrats are trial-ballooning impeachment and re-thinking the American structure of government, and both sides are claiming increases in voter enthusiasm. Just maybe, argue Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, Nick Gillespie, and yours truly in the Monday editor-roundtable edition of the Reason Podcast, this is the market for political combat at work.
Besides chewing over the many post-confirmation arguments, the quartet also discusses the 17th anniversary of the Afghanistan War and other grim policy fails that few can hear under all that shrieking. Also: Scooters!
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Relevant links from the show:
"The Senate Votes to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh," by Zuri Davis
"Jeff Flake and the Hated—Yet Vital—Libertarian Center," by Matt Welch
"The Case Against Court-Packing Revisited," by Ilya Somin
"Your Vote Doesn't Count," by Katherine Mangu-Ward
"In Afghanistan, We Persist in Futility," by Steve Chapman
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